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Professional headshot of Sarina Gianna. Esq., New Jersey divorce attorney.

Sarina Gianna, Esq.

After working as an associate at a Brick law firm for four years, Ms. Gianna opened her own practice in Brick in 2007, serving Ocean and Monmouth County communities and focusing her attention on local families in need of solid advice and aggressive legal representation. Her practice includes, but is not limited to, divorce, child custody, spousal support, domestic violence, personal injury, workers’ compensation, real estate, and municipal court matters. Ms. Gianna is passionate about her practice and it shows. She focuses on providing honest, compassionate, and dependable advice to each and every one of her clients.

Anyone considering divorce or facing post-judgment, support or custody issues is going to have a lot of questions and want to know where they stand and what their legal rights and entitlements are. If you fall into any of those categories, please call the Law Office of Sarina Gianna and let her put your mind at ease. She will take the time to explain the procedure, the law and your options to you in a relaxed office environment. She will answer all of your questions and will provide you with flexible fee arrangements if necessary.

If you have been injured in a car accident, a slip and fall, suffered a dog bite, or if you’ve been injured at work, you need to know what you are entitled to and what your legal rights are. Call the Law Office of Sarina Gianna to get those very important and time-sensitive questions answered. If you have been injured in an accident or at work, there are things you should be doing right now to make sure that you get what you deserve from the responsible parties. Don’t wait until it is too late. Protect your legal rights now.

If you retain Sarina Gianna to represent you, she will give you the same advice she gives each of her clients — concentrate on your life, your family, and your health. She will take care of everything else. Leave all of the work and worry about your legal rights to her. Trust her. Believe in her. Have faith in her as your attorney. Understand that she will always to do what she believes is best for you and your case. Helping you is her job.